Won't somebody think of the children.. right.. oh..
mines the one with the Kirlian polaroids in the pocket..
A Russian schoolgirl has wowed the crowds at an exhibition of youthful scientific inventions by rolling out a high-tech Venus rover, Pravda reports. Anna Shvetsova, of Noginsk, near Moscow, used “A Step to the Future” to demonstrate her "silvery disk, reminiscent to either a UFO or two bowls glued together" which apparently …
Won't somebody think of the children.. right.. oh..
mines the one with the Kirlian polaroids in the pocket..
Does that mean as i was born in 79 I am a indiglo thingy?
Cool Time to get back to me basement me thinks and continue with me hyrdo fusion generator
Yup, there's definitely some indigo in there.
- unusually large, clear eyes
- extremely bright
- evolved consciousness
- come here [from elsewhere, viz Venus]
- one land, one globe and one species
The message is obvious: these "children" are alien parasites and must be all destroyed immediately and without prejudice.
So 95% of the children born between 1972 and 1982 are "sensitive, gifted souls with an evolved consciousness"? I say bollocks.
Maybe Pravda is trying to bury its Soviet-era reputation: "There is no spark in the Truth and no truth in the Spark".
Because thats all I seem to see these days - the chavification of civilization. This would never have happened in Hitler's day, no sir.
"As small children, Indigo’s [sic] are easy to recognize by their unusually large, clear eyes. Extremely bright, precocious children with an amazing memory and a strong desire to live instinctively, these children of the next millennium are sensitive, gifted souls with an evolved consciousness who have come here to help change the vibrations of our lives and create one land, one globe and one species. They are our bridge to the future."
Isn't this the same as the children in Village of the Damned?
Mine's the one with the dynamite in the pocket...
I believe that children are our future. Teach them well and let them lead the way. Show them all the beauty they possess inside ...
I think that she probably comes from Pripyat, not Noginsk. That would explain the 'aura'
I know that asking this will lend this credibility it might not need, but d'you think there is any plausible relationship between this and the quite genuine discovery that an increasing number of humans are now being born with a changed gene for a protein used in the brain which may give real advantage? (if I wasn't so lazy I'd look up the reference on Google). I saw it on the BBC so it must be true.
Wait, I thought the whole "Torsion Fields" mechanics was debunked as pseudoscience and a scam.
The Midwich Cuckoos anyone ?
I for one would welcome our new indigo aura enabled overlords.
As opposed to all the other consciousnesses... they must be intelligently designed or something...
Is the Indigo bit some new age hippy shite, or have the Midwich Cuckoos arrived at last?
First off - if two things rotate in opposite directions then as well all know, there is no movement contraray to the direction of the axis of rotation. We only have to look at those personal helicopters to know that.
As for this whole "Indigo" thing. Mwa ha ha. Pull the other one! That alone would be enough for any sensible person to dismiss this entire story as complete bullshit.
Well, plate tectonics sort of screws up the idea of a return to Pangea any time soon and the one globe idea kind of puts Adventure To Venus in doubt too, but at least we're making good progress on the "one species" thing. Holocene mass extinction FTW!
they "have come here to help change the vibrations of our lives". Well, mine insists on listening to the Charlie & Lola theme all the time, so that means he's one of these purple kids, right?
Indigo child develops Anti-Grav
Stannah develops the worlds first anti-grav stair lift.
Norah Batty can work again.
Personally I'd like an anti-grav swimming pool , you know , one that floats
so thats what my large clear eyed 3 year old has been doing in the cellar these past weeks, building a stargate. i hope he figures out how to power it...i cant afford the electric
with an amazing memory - like "Daddy, you said it was bad to use that word..."
a strong desire to live instinctively - like screaming loudly when they don't get their way, and hitting siblings? "Oh, it's OK, he's expressing his desire to live instinctively."
with an evolved consciousness - unlike all those amoeba, with unevolved conciousnesses
help change the vibrations of our lives - its that jazz/rock/punk/(insert new music type here)
and create one land, one globe and one species - environmental destruction, mass extinction and ecological disaster!
They are our bridge to the future - brilliant, so unarguable
@Steve - knowing our luck, you're the other 5%, and you're just about to create a black hole to swallow us all!
My life is full or rhythmic vibrations. Not involving children, of course.
welcome our indigo aura wielding young overlords.
inertioid = "forward or rotary motion without physical reaction"
The rotary motion is no problem. That's how an astronaut can turn his body in orbit without touching the walls. Forward motion... not likely. Is this a "reactionless drive" or something? Expect New Scientist to run a cover story which then has to be painstakingly shot down by people who have actual understanding of differential equations and error bars.
I seem to using the Flame Icon a lot. Maybe it's just me.
Put aside the external, and think in internal consciousness terms hereonin. We still have a long way to go before we realise that all consciousness is shared instantaneously with all sentient beings all around the universe and through all time. Call it quantum dislocation, but the neuronal pathways that make up the subconscious brain are too far apart for quantum energy jumps, but close enough together in the conscious brain. (Google Matt Pitkanen). There you go then. (Shhhh, I AM getting my coat).
...someone was given the John Wyndham boxed set last Christmas.
- alien, has big bright clear eyes.
'Torsional fields' ? Snigger.
No reaction means no inertia, which would mean keeping the centre of mass in one spot so there's no net acceleration. /That/ approach will inevitably come back to bite you in the arse -- sort of robbing Peter to pay Paul.
When 'Shipov’s device' finally boldly went forwards, Mr Duffield neglects the air track as a potential source of kinetic energy - but hey! Working out these scams are fun; my toes are thoroughly kept on.
...does she have big tits?
Was this meant to be released on April 1st? The suggested propulsion method is a load of tripe.
So 95% of everyone under 38 are aliens?
I thought I was just a grumpy old man
Can we have some photos please?
And maybe 1 or 2 of the Rover as well?
This sounds like an oscillation thruster.
These work by throwing an internal mass back fast enough to overcome friction, and make the vehicle lurch forward. The mass is returned to initial position slowly, so the vehicle does not slip back. Oscillation thrusters work fine on a flat uniform surface. They are poor at going up hills, and dealing with surfaces with different amounts of friction.
Oscillation thrusters depend on static friction being greater than dynamic friction, so they do not work at all in space - although they do make impressive demonstrations for fleecing ignorant investors. What colour is the aura of a rich twit dumb enough to invest in yet another impulse engine?
Can you get auras in Burberry check/tartan/plaid/whetever?
Can you get auras in Burberry check/tartan/plaid/whatever?
maxed his kindy teachers out on day 4 of pre-school (aged3.5) - by correcting the teacher...
"actually the moon is a satellite."
The next week he taught them about the Large Hadron Collider, explaining that it was an experiment to find out what atoms are made of.
He scoffed at his 5 yr old brother recently, informing him that Jesus wasnt real.
Eyes WIDE open.
Indigo??? started about ten years ago?? So that's what Tinky Winky is all about !
.. after the end of the Cold War? After the collapse of Communism, Pravda was left somewhat drifting and directionless, there not being much call for an official State Propaganda organ anymore, and it's gradually degenerated into being some kind of Russian version of the Weekly World News.
Having said that, I'm sure its stories are perhaps now marginally *more* close to the truth then they ever were before, but that's not saying much.
Just did a google search on this subject....
ohmigod, what a pile of tripe!
was used in a Sci Fi story when a translation machine tried to translate a "wizards" name.
You only find out at the end of the story that the name was actually: "As a mauve" - or Asimov.
Pretty close to Indigo if you ask me - could Asimov have been the original Indigo child.
BTW what happens when they grow up - do they become bureaucratic grey?
The concept of Indigo children IMHO was invented to help parents deal with low level autistic spectrum disorders in their children. "No, he's not autistic, he's Indigo".
Rather than confront the stigma, just invent another word for it and claim that you have sired the saviour of mankind.
Nothing to do with Inigo Pipkin of 70s UK TV favourite Pipkins fame?
I guess not, because whatever progress was made towards the creation of a rover vehicle, it would undoubtedly have been sabotaged by Hartley Hare anyway.
The suggestion that Inertoid motion has been refined and proven, or that "Russian schoolgirl" didn't trigger the work proxy.
Scientology has it that El Ron is alive and lives on Venus. The Vatican, when acknowledging the possibility of life elsewhere in the universe, suggested that some ETs might be without sin. Francis Crick promoted the idea of panspermia to explain the complexity of DNA. NASA's funding would suffer badly without repeated discoveries of life on Mars or the new quest to Venus. And a host of financial instruments are apparently based on similar mathematics...
True believers seem to find these stories quite compulsive; and some of their promoters find they are a nice little earner.
Incidentally, if any of the Reg staff find they are having problems with their aura as a result of working with postmodern conjectures such as this at close range, a pint or two of decent ale and a good night's rest usually provides a satisfactory remedy.
"...d'you think there is any plausible relationship between this ["indigo child" nonsense] and the quite genuine discovery that an increasing number of humans are now being born with a changed gene for a protein used in the brain which may give real advantage?"
No, I don't. That would be stupid.
Oh come on. Isn't that the thing EVERY parent says about their little off-lings at some point.
Is this Indigo the same as the purply hue that David Icke raved on about ?
What's this doing in Science?
Surely anything that mentions aura's in the context of this article immidiately precludes it from being scientific.
Still, it was good for a laugh on a virtual friday.
Something frighteningly similar was patented sometime back as the "Dean Drive". Except
in the Dean Drive (tm, I'm sure), the weight was slid into the center during one part of the rotation
and out to the extreme over the portion of rotation that was in line with the desired direction of
Sounded like something fun to play with or simulate, but not to patent.
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